Yesterday's Links: What You Missed on 4/7/15
Didn't have enough time to catch some of the content and analysis on numberFire.com yesterday? Don't worry -- here's some of what you missed.
NBA Power Rankings Update: Key Games for the Stretch Run
The NBA season is in its stretch run -- which teams are looking good entering the playoffs? Check it out in this week's power rankings update.
The 5 Most Valuable NFL Rushing Seasons Since 2000
We've seen a lot of good running back seasons since the turn of the century, but which ones were best?
Examining the Eastern Conference Playoff Race: Who Will Claim the 6, 7, and 8 Seeds?
The bottom of the NBA's Eastern Conference is tight, with plenty of teams fighting for a playoff spot. Which ones are most likely to get in?
Which Running Backs Are Most Likely to Have Touchdowns Vultured in 2015?
You know the disappointment: your fantasy running back gets to the goal line, just to see another player on his team take away -- vulture -- his score. Which players are most likely to see that happen to them next year?
5 Reasons Why the Cowboys Would Be Idiotic to Trade for Adrian Peterson
The Cowboys have been linked to Adrian Peterson, and if they do indeed trade for him, it would be one of the dumbest moves of the offseason.
The Shaq Thompson Conundrum: Is He a Running Back, Linebacker or Safety?
Shaq Thompson is one of the most interesting players in this year's NFL Draft, as he played safety, linebacker and running back in college. Which position does he fit at the NFL level?
College Basketball National Championship Recap: Coach K Does It Again
The Duke Blue Devils are champions of the college basketball world. Here's how they beat Wisconsin two nights ago.
What Should the New York Jets Do About Their Running Back Situation Entering 2015?
The Jets' defense should be good next year, and with the addition of Brandon Marshall, the offense should improve as well. But they still have some question marks at running back.
The Drool-Inducing Fantasy Baseball Potential of George Springer
Exactly how high is George Springer's ceiling in the bigs?